What do I do if I injure myself or see someone else injure themselves on Campus?
- Life threatening
- call 911
- remain calm and tell them where you are and the nature of the injury
- remain on the line until they tell you otherwise
- if you’re calling from an internal phone, security will be notified and respond to provide first aid until emergency services arrive
- if you’re calling from a cell, have someone else contact on site Security who can provide first aid until emergency services arrive
- Not life threatening
- for all other scenarios, contact on site Security who can provide first aid services
- they will contact 911 if they cannot provide the level of care needed, or recommend other care as needed
Faculty, Staff & Student Monitors
If you are one of the above and injure yourself, you MUST notify your immediate supervisor as soon as possible, so that they are aware of the accident, whether you are leaving etc.
The University must report any injuries to WorkSafeBC if you lose time from work beyond the day of injury, visit your physician in relation to your injure or visit an ER in relation to your injury. If any of the above occur, you MUST notify your Supervisor and the Manager, Safety, Conduct and Emergency Management.